New Delhi: India’s Ministry of Exterior Affairs (MEA) on Tuesday rejected the reference to Jammu and Kashmir within the joint assertion issued by China and Pakistan during which China has reaffirmed its assist to Pakistan on the difficulty.
Responding to a question on the reference to Jammu and Kashmir within the joint assertion issued after the Chinese language Overseas Minister’s latest go to to Pakistan, the MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar mentioned: “We reject the reference to Jammu and Kashmir in the joint statement issued by China and Pakistan after the recent visit of the Chinese Foreign Minister. Jammu and Kashmir is an integral part of India.”
India, then again, expressed concern concerning the China Pakistan Financial Hall, challenge, which runs illegally by means of Indian territory occupied by Pakistan since 1947.
“India is resolutely opposed to any actions by other countries to change the status quo in Pakistan occupied Kashmir. We call on the parties concerned to cease such actions,” Kumar mentioned.
In accordance with the joint assertion, China has reaffirmed its assist for Pakistan on the Kashmir challenge and mentioned that it opposes any unilateral actions that would complicate the regional scenario.
The assertion was issued on Sunday after the conclusion of the Chinese language Overseas Minister and State Councillor Wang Yi’s two-day go to to Pakistan the place he held talks with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, his counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi, President Arif Alvi and the Chief of Military Employees Basic Qamar Javed Bajwa, stories The Specific Tribune.
“The Chinese side reaffirmed its support for Pakistan in safeguarding its sovereignty, territorial integrity, independence, and national dignity, in choosing its development path in light of its national conditions, in working for a better external security environment, and in playing a more constructive role in regional and international issues,” the assertion mentioned.